thanks for writing and letting us know (I copy this mail to
I tried to reproduce your error and succeeded -- but only
once... gtk complaining that the TreeModel changed without letting
the TreeView know... I have no idea so far.
Actually we have a free space indicator at the bottom of the gtkpod
window, which should be working better in the next release. Anyway,
it's not really easy to estimate the space the tracks will occupy on
the file system. That's why I won't bother to check before copying.
If not all songs fit on the iPod, copying will stop. You can then
delete songs until everything fits. Then you export again. No idea why
it segfaults sometimes... If you have more information, please let me
We are working on a function that browses the ipod file system for
orphaned tracks and puts those into a playlist. That way you can at
least salvage the contents of the iPod. Should be implemented in
On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 12:11:25PM +0200, jongew@... wrote:
> hello there!
> thanks, for the great gtkpod software, worked out-of-the box for me
> a comment: i tried to copy some dirs to the ipod, and then it reached 100%
> usage of /dev/sda2... silly me! i thought i was in trouble, and i tried to
> delete the last added directories... segfault!
> completely worried, i restarted gtkpod, and it didn't show the last added
> directories in the imported playlist, allthough they are probably there
> (the files), since the filesystem is still 100% used according to df.
> after disconnecting, the ipod work perfectly, no problem there.
> it could be a good idea to check whether songs will fit on th ipod, so
> nobody will ever run into this kind of problem.
> i hope this 'bugreport' is useful to you. again, thanks for the great
> software, and keep up the good work!
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